Paul De Land has reappointed chair of Mathematics for a three-year term effective Aug. 19, 2010. He has served as chair since August 2004.
Victor Delgado was appointed assistant dean of student affairs of for the College of Engineering and Computer Science effective Dec. 1, 2009. Delgado previously served in Student Academic Services/Educational Opportunity Program Admissions and University Outreach.
Stacia Herold was appointed associate director of development for student affairs and intercollegiate athletics, effective Dec. 9.
Belinda D. Karge, Special Education, is a founding board member of California Teacher Corps, a new statewide organization representing more than 70 alternative certification programs. The organization’s goal is to prepare 100,000 highly qualified teachers to be placed in California public schools by 2020. Karge became involved because of her support of alternative certification programs as a viable way to train teachers. When teachers receive on-the-job training and support in their own classroom, they absorb the connection between theory and practice in a way that is different from a traditional student teaching placement, she said.
Steven Murray, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, was named Oct. 27 to the Marine Life Protection Act Master Plan Science Advisory Team, a statewide panel of 21 science advisers to assist in redesigning marine protected areas along the north California coast. The group held their first meeting Oct. 30 in Eureka to meet, review the organizations charter and operating guidelines, receive a briefing on the science guidance in the California Marine Life Protection Act Master Plan for Marine Protected Areas and form working groups.
Sorel Reisman, Information Systems and Decision Sciences, has been named president elect of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society, an organization of computing professionals and one of the largest of 38 societies of the IEEE. He will serve a three-year term as president elect in 2010, president in 2011 and past president in 2012. Since 2004, Reisman has served as director of the international, higher-education consortium, MERLOT, a collaboration of the California State University (it is headquartered at the CSU Chancellor’s Office), Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and University of Georgia University of North Carolina systems. He is an IEEE senior member, vice president in charge of the organization's Computer Society Publications Board and chair of the Magazines Operations Committee. He has served as vice president of the Electronic Products and Services Board and was founding board member of IEEE MultiMedia and IT Professional.
Grady D. Bruce, emeritus Marketing, was reappointed to a two-year term on the editorial advisory board for International Journal of Management and Marketing Research.
Pamela Jones-Tintle was named senior director of development for student affairs and intercollegiate athletics. Jones-Tintle previously was director of development for athletics.
Christina A. Goode, Chemistry and Biochemistry, was appointed to a three-year term as director of the Health Professions Advisement Office effective June 1.
Katherine Powers, associate professor of music and graduate program adviser for the Music Department, has been appointed director of graduate studies.
William F. Presch was reappointed to a three-year term as director of the California Desert Studies Consortium. The consortium is made up of seven CSU institutions and oversees the Desert Studies Center in Zzyxx. The professor of biological science has served in that position since 1992.
Mikel Hogan was reappointed to a one-year term as chair of the Human Services Department.
Robert A. Voeks was appointed acting program coordinator for Latin American Studies. He will serve during the spring semester.
Susamma Barua, professor of computer science, was appointed acting associate dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science effective Aug. 15.
John Carroll was reappointed chair of Geography.
Marc R. Dickey was reappointed chair of Music.
Ellen J. Dumond was reappointed chair of Management
Mark Filowitz was appointed associate dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics effective Aug. 15.
Karen S. Ivers was reappointed chair of Elementary and Bilingual Education.
Lawrence P. Johnson was reappointed chair of Art.
Anthony T. Rimmer was reappointed director of the Faculty Development Center effective July 1.
Henry Soto was appointed assistant vice president of budget management, planning and strategy, effective Aug. 25. Soto previously served as assistant vice president for administration and finance at Cal State Los Angeles.
Christopher P. Street was appointed to a two-year term as chair of Secondary Education.
Leah Brew was appointed to a three-year term as chair of counseling effective Aug. 21.
Nancy P. Fernandez has been appointed director of Freshman Programs effective July 1. Since 2001, Fernandez has served as chair of the Interdisciplinary General Education Department at Cal Poly Pomona.
William W. Haddad was appointed to a two-year term as chair of History effective Aug. 21.
Paula Herberg was appointed to a one-year term as acting associate vice president of international programs effective July 1.
James R. Hofmann was reappointed to a three-year term as chair of Liberal Studies effective Aug. 21.
Dorota M. Huizinga has been appointed associate vice president for graduate studies and research effective July 14. Huizinga joined the campus in 1991 as an assistant professor of computer science and rising to full professor in 2003. She has served for last five years as associate dean in the College of Engineering and Computer Science.
John D. Mearns was appointed to a three-year term as chair of Psychology effective Aug. 21.
Joseph A. Weber was appointed to a three-year term as chair of Sociology effective Aug. 21.
Steven Yim was appointed university controller effective May 1. Previously, Yim had served as acting director of student financial services and interim university controller.
Michael LaCour-Little, Finance, was appointed to a three-year term on the CSUF Housing Authority Board of Directors effective immediately.
Jay Bond, Facilities Management, was elected 2008-09 vice president of the Association of University Architects during the organization's 53rd annual conference in Morgantown, W.Va.
Gayle K. Brunelle was appointed to serve as acting program coordinator for the European Studies Program for the spring semester effective Jan. 17.Melinda R. Pierson was appointed to a three-year term as chair of Special Education effective Dec. 1, 2007.